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April 30, 2015
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MS in Hand Apr 1st, 2015: 69. Received 33; Published 16; Rejected 25. In Hand End of Apr 61;
Manuscripts in Hand Jan 1st, 2015: 85; Received 139; Published 53; Rejected 110.

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Arkivoc 2015 Part (iii): A Commemorative Issue in Honor of Prof. Michael Orfanopoulos
Synthesis of cyclodextrin derivatives with monosaccharides and their binding with ampicillin and selected lectins (MO-9003SP) [pp. 232-243]
Maria Lampropoulou, Konstantinos Misiakos, Maria Paravatou, Irene M. Mavridis and Konstantina Yannakopoulou
Full Text: PDF (204K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (202K)
The system PhIO/Ph3P as an efficient reagent for mild and direct coupling of alcohols with carboxylic acids (MO-8997SP) [pp. 244-251]
Maria A. Boulogeorgou, Virginia V. Triantakonstanti and John K. Gallos
Full Text: PDF (128K)
Synthesis and ion selectivity studies of potential fluorescent heavy metal ion indicators (MO-9063SP) [pp. 252-262]
George K. Tsikalas, Aggeliki Karavassili, Penelope Lazarou, Philippa Ioanna and Haralambos E. Katerinopoulos
Full Text: PDF (184K)
Arkivoc 2015 Part (iv): Special Issue 'In recognition of the scientific achievements of Prof. Manfred Schlosser '
Synthesis of new, optically active 1-(substituted aryl)pyrrole derivatives via atropisomerism directed diastereoselective metalation (MS-9023BP) [pp. 80-96]
Angelika Thurner, Bernadett Vas-Feldhoffer, Éva Bottka, Tamás Holczbauer, Miklós Nyerges and Ferenc Faigl
Full Text: PDF (260K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (20K)
Regioselective inverse Diels-Alder reaction of unsymmetrical tetrazines with aldehydes and ketones (MS-8957BP) [pp. 97-106]
Enoch A. Adogla, Yanmei Xu, Honglin Li, Guiren Wang and Qian Wang
Full Text: PDF (136K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (302K)
Triethylamine and TBD supported on silica: useful heterogeneous catalysts for the reaction of β-dicarbonyl derivatives with α,β-unsaturated compounds under batch and continuous flow conditions (MS-9025BP) [pp. 107-116]
Raimondo Maggi, Calogero G. Piscopo and Giovanni Maestri
Full Text: PDF (121K)
Preparation of gem-difluorinated retrohydroxamic-fosmidomycin (MS-8846BP) [pp. 117-126]
Jean-Noël Volle, Camille Midriera, Vincent Blanchard, Ralf Braun, Klaus Haaf, Lothar Willms, Jean-Luc Pirata and David Virieux
Full Text: PDF (171K)
An interesting sidetrack in the tofisopam synthesis: lithium variant of a stereospecific Oppenauer oxidation (MS-8964BP) [pp. 127-138]
Erika Molnárné Samu, Gyula Simig, Judit Halász and Balázs Volk
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Arkivoc 2015 Part (v): General Papers
New cytotoxic cyclic peroxide acids from Plakortis sp. marine sponge (15-8948NP) [pp. 164-175]
Thomas R. Hoye, Walied M. Alarif, Salim S. Basaif, Mohamed Abo-Elkarm, Mark T.Hamann, Amir E. Wahba and Seif-Eldin N. Ayyad
Full Text: PDF (120K)
Intramolecular cyclization of N-(3-oxoalkenyl)phenylacetamides: synthesis of 3-phenyl-2(1H)-pyridones (15-9126UP) [pp. 176-189]
Dmitry S. Goncharov, Anna K. Garkushenko, Alina P. Savelieva and Alexander S. Fisyuk
Full Text: PDF (205K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (866K)
Perfluoroalkylation of alkenes and alkynes in water (15-9091JP) [pp. 190-201]
Alvaro J. Vázquez and Norma S. Nudelman
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2,6-Dicyanoaniline based donor-acceptor compounds: the facile synthesis of fluorescent 3,5-diaryl/hetaryl-2,6-dicyanoanilines (15-9102GP) [pp. 202-218]
Ergin Yalçın, Yasemin Cemile Kutlu, Vildan Korkmaz, Ertan Şahin and Zeynel Seferoğlu
Full Text: PDF (316K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (1,379K)
Cyclic amidines as precursors for imidazoles (15-9134JP) [pp. 219-229]
Marc Y. Stevens, Ewa Rozycka-Sokolowska, Gabriella Andersson, Luke R. Odell, Bernard Marciniak and John A. Joule
Full Text: PDF (176K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (360K)
Friedel-Crafts chemistry. Part 45: expedient new improved process for the synthesis of oxacarbazepine precursor 10,11-dihydro-10-oxo-5H-dibenz[b,f]azepine via Friedel-Crafts cycliacylations (15-8998IP) [pp. 230-241]
Hassan Abdou Abd El-Aal
Full Text: PDF (231K)
Arkivoc 2015 Part (vi): Special Issue 'Reviews and Accounts'
BINOLs modified at 3, 3′-positions: chemists’ preferred choice in asymmetric catalysis (15-9060LR) [pp. 140-174]
Guozhu Li, Fengjiao Liu and Mingshu Wu
Full Text: PDF (809K)
Recent advances in the synthesis of polysubstituted 3-pyrazolidinones (15-9129LU) [pp. 175-205]
Uroš Grošelj and Jurij Svete
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Individual Issues of Arkivoc
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No issues were closed during April 2015.
No new issues were initiated during April 2015.
The 17th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic Conference

The 17th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic Conference, University of Florida in Gainesville, February 28 to March 2. FloHet-2016. Eleven plenary lectures, a short course, 50 invited lectures, 50 poster presentations, and an exposition are planned.

Plenary Lectures
Steven Ley, Cambridge University, UK Katritzky Memorial Lecture
Martin Burke, University of Illinois, USA
Naoto Chatani, Osaka University, Japan
Abigail Doyle, Princeton University, USA
Sabine Flitsch, University of Manchester, UK
Peer Kirsch, Merck KGaA, Germany
Nicholas Meanwell, Bristol-Myers Squibb, USA
John Porco, Boston University, USA
Kai Rossen, Sanofi, Germany
Richmond Sarpong, UC Berkeley, USA
Tony Zhang, Eli Lilly, USA

Short Course
Gordon Gribble, Dartmouth College, USA
A Cook’s Tour of Lithium, Palladium, Magnesium, Gold, and Copper in Heterocyclic Chemistry

CODESSA III

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Forthcoming Conferences

Bioheterocycles 2015
XVI International Conference on Heterocycles in Bioorganic Chemistry
Metz, France - June 7-11, 2015

The XVI Conference of this series will gather chemists from over the world, involved in the chemistry of heterocycles. The heterocycles in this case will generally be submitted to biological tests, both in medicine as in agriculture. The scientific program will include plenary and invited lectures by top chemists in the field and will be completed by oral communications and poster presentations.

The conference is intended for synthetic chemists interested in heterocycles and biological activities
http://www.ldorganisation.com/v2/produits.php?langue=english&cle_menus=1238915991

25th ISHC Congress, August 23-28, 2015
UCSB, Santa Barbara, California, USA

Major Topics:
Synthesis of Heterocyclic Natural Products
Synthesis and Synthetic Utility of Heterocycles
Bioactive and Functional Heterocycles
ISHC President, Dan Comins; Congress Chair, Tom Pettus
www.ishc-web.org

International Congress on Heterocyclic Chemistry “KOST-2015” dedicated to 100 years anniversary of professor Alexei Kost will take place at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russian Federation), October 18-23, 2015
www.kost2015.ru

New Members
of the Arkivoc Editorial Board of Referees
Dr. Ahmed Mahal
Italy
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Dr. Kaveri Balan Urkalan
United States
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